There is another name gone from Impact Wrestling. Rockstar Spud has removed references to Impact on his Twitter bio and he’s taking independent dates in November so that confirms that he will not be a part of Bound For Glory or the TV tapings. Anthem has been cutting costs so you can expect more departures in the coming days and weeks.
Spud tweeted this on 10/21 which hinted at his departure from Impact:
— Spud (@RockstarSpud) October 21, 2017
Dates filling up for November 😃🤕#HolySpud
Looking to fill: 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, 17/11, 19/11
— Spud (@RockstarSpud) October 10, 2017
Still taking dates for November #HolySpud
Free to do cool moves on 3, 4, 5 Nov 👍🏼
— Spud (@RockstarSpud) October 7, 2017
Also, John Pollock and Jason Agnew of The Fight Network’s Live Audio Wrestling show are gone. Anthem (The Fight Network’s parent company) has not commented on the reason why they were let go but it would not surprise me if these departures are related to the budget cuts mentioned above.
Today was my last day working at The LAW & The Fight Network – thank you to all of those that enjoyed our work & I'll speak with you again
— John Pollock (@iamjohnpollock) October 30, 2017
Last night was my final show as host of The LAW: Live Audio Wrestling. Thank you all for listening for 20 years!
— Jason's agNEWS (@AgnewJason) October 30, 2017
Effective immediately, The LAW is being placed on a short hiatus. We will be relaunched with a new format in the coming weeks. Stay tuned!
— Live Audio Wrestling (@LAWradio) October 30, 2017
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